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FAIR Canada’s Comments on the Proposed Changes to the Legislation Governing the Management of Unclaimed Balances: FAIR Canada has submitted comments regarding the Department of Finance’s proposed changes to the legislation governing the management of unclaimed balances. FAIR Canada supports the policy objectives of the legislative review, and its goal of reuniting Canadians with their unclaimed balances. FAI...
Quadriga investors hopeful funds will be recovered as hearing begins: Cryptocurrency exchange Quadriga CX reports millions in customer funds are missing. The post Quadriga investors hopeful funds will be recovered as hearing begins appeared first on FAIR Canada.
Why Maxar shareholders found it hard to sell during the stock’s big plunge: DIY Maxar Shareholders ‘left up in the air’ – unable to trade as shares plunge on news of satellite failure. The post Why Maxar shareholders found it hard to sell during the stock’s big plunge appeared first on FAIR Canada.

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This proposed voter community is for funding websites that educate Canadian retail investors in all investments, including stocks, mutual funds, bank accounts. money market funds etc.

This Votermedia ballot is not currently funded. It is displayed as a demo for if and when there is funding. Without funding there may be few votes, which makes the rankings less meaningful.

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